Write-Offs: 03.31.14

$$$ JPMorgan fails to end lawsuit over London Whale losses [Reuters]

$$$ Speed Traders Play Defense Against Michael Lewis’s Flash Boys [BusinessWeek]

$$$ IEX Welcomes High-Speed Traders, as Long as They Behave [Bloomberg]

$$$ Biz Stone: Life After Twitter [WSJ]

$$$ Herold later would tell investigators that once he and Lafave had gone to his room, he disrobed and got onto a massage table that was in the suite. About 30 minutes into the rubdown, Lafave told Herold to take off his watch so she could massage his arms. He put the watch on the ground within his view. Five to seven minutes later, it was gone. Lafave steadfastly denied any wrongdoing, so two Metro officers combed the suite for the watch, to no avail. There was one place they hadn’t looked. [RJ]

$$$ Former Citi chief backs breaking up big banks [CNBC]

$$$ Playboy CEO stole more than $7M to fund luxe lifestyle: lawsuit [NYP]

$$$ Drunk Woman Arrested After Facebook Boast About Passing Breathalyzer [Gawker]

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  1. Posted by Client Nine | April 1, 2014 at 3:01 AM

    That missing Rolex story smells fishy to me.